Celebrating Women in Agriculture - Women's History Month

March 15, 2017 Graham Binder

This March, the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources celebrates Women's History Month by paying tribute to several of our women faculty who are making exceptional strides in their research and for their stellar reputation as educators and mentors for our students and state residents.

We will feature four faculty members from now until the end of March, each with a graphic and quote that represents their contributions to the field of agriculture, to our college and the University as a whole. 

We are recognizing:

  • Lisa Taneyhill, an associate professor in our Animal and Avian Sciences department
  • Margaret Udahogora, the Dietetics program director in our department of Nutrition and Food Science
  • Manami Brown, Baltimore City Extension director and 4-H educator
  • Victoria Chanse, an associate professor in our deparment of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture. 

We look forward to a more comprehensive celebration of our women faculty, both on-campus and off in 2018.